International Symposium on Development and Application of Semiconductor
June 2004, Hiroshima
Hotel Essor Hiroshima
Hotel information (provided by the hotel)
Fujimi-cho 11-6, Naka-ku, Hiroshima 730-0043, Japan
TEL: +81(or 0 within Japan) 82-242-5262
FAX: +81 (or 0 within Japan) 81-240-5441
e, no English available) Symposium contacts: Web page: http://std.hepl.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/std Organizers: Secretary:
firstname.lastname@example.org Takashi Ohsugi (Chair): email@example.com Y.Nobu Unno: firstname.lastname@example.org Hartmut F.-W. Sadrozinski: email@example.com
Dead line of the symposium
registration is May 15 th .
Although the registration will be kept open after the date, the help from
organizers will be very limited. Please register as soon as possible.
regist r at ions
be viewed through a web page:
Some of the comfortable
hotels are going to be full. MITSUI-Garden Hotel has no singl e- room
available and Tokyu-INN has few single rooms in the week during the symposium. Comfort-hotel
Hiroshima (Tel. 082-541-5555) is in reasonable price . Please
add non-smoking or smoking, when you ask help of Hotel reservation. ANA Hotel
is bit expensive but comfortable. Some of the popular hotels in Hiroshima might
be already full. Please send us the hotel reservation request , found
in the above web page, as soon as possible. You are free to reserve a
hotel by yourself. Please notify us the hotel name in your
registration and write ( booked
privately ) e.g.
We may have confused you
with the dead lines of contribut ion papers . We
contributors including oral presentation to submit
the following files. The dates for the submissions
(i.e., the end of April, but see below)
3) Full paper: specially)
Because of the confusion in our 1 st circular
and the web page, we will accept the summary till May
15 th . We expect
the submission of conference records by June 4th, and they will be
posted as the poster/paper presentation in the symposium unless
you wish to present your own posters. The posters should be fit ted in the
space (0.9 m wide and 1.5m high (max)).
Once again, please note that oral
presentations are also requested to submit 1-page summaries
and conference records by the dates in the above.
The proceedings of this symposium will be published as a NIM special issue in an ordinary manner. The rule of NIM publication is that all papers will be refereed. Therefore, contributors are kindly requested to submit a full paper after the symposium by the end of June. Please arrange your submission date with organizer in person if you need extension of dead line.
The conference records and full papers should be submitted according to the guidelines provided by the publishing company (Elsevier):
click “Guide for authors”
The maximum number of pages
5-6 NIM pages for a 15 - 20 minute talk or a poster/paper presentation.
6-8 NIM pages for a 30 - 40 minute review talk.
of the contribut ion papers can
be viewed through a web page:
There are frequent services between Tokyo
or Osaka and Hiroshima in SHINKANSEN (bullet trains). It takes about
5 hrs or 2 hrs from
Tokyo or Osaka JR station s to Hiroshima JR station,
respectively. The fare of the
SHINKANSEN between Tokyo and Hiroshima is about
Yen one-way you can buy the ticket at the station.
You need another
few 1,000 Yen for the trains between Narita and Tokyo stations. There
must be a JAPAN RAILWAY
PASS (valid for any JR trains
for a period of time, sold outside Japan ) and if the price is less than 40,000 Yen,
you may better buy the pass for round-trip between Narita and
If you have to stay near the airports on the day of arrival or the departure, hotel information can be found, e.g.,
Narita Airport: http://www.his-hotel.com/cgi-bin/tariff/htllist.cgi?select=NRT
Kansai Airport: http://www.his-hotel.com/cgi-bin/tariff/htllist.cgi?select=KIX
You may choose to stay in a city hotel in
downtown of Tokyo or Osaka, instead. Please ask us help to book a
hotel if you need . Please take a look web HP . There is travel
and hotel information, too.
(Reproduced from the web pages of Elsevier Publishing Co.)
Manuscripts should be written in good English. They should be typed throughout with double line spacing and wide margins on numbered, single column pages.
(From the symposium organizer: text width of 160 mm and text height of 230 mm in a page, use the font ,Times New Roman, 12 pt, with single line spacing, for the conference record, )
The title page(s) should contain the article title, author(s) names and affiliations, the text of related footnotes and the text of the abstract. The author to whom the proofs should be sent must be indicated with her/his full postal address, telephone number, fax number and/or e-mail address. One to four classification codes (PACS-1996) and/or MSC) and up to six keywords of the author's choice should be given below the abstract.
Tables should be typed on separate sheets at the end of the manuscript. In addition to its serial number, each table should have a sufficiently detailed caption to explain the data displayed in it.
Figures should be numbered and their captions listed together at the end of the manuscript.
References in the text to other publications should numbered consecutively within square brackets and listed together at the end of the text.
Formulae in the manuscript should be clearly written or typed with particular consideration given to characters that maybe misinterpreted. Unusual symbols should be explained in pencil in the margin.
The publisher requires a set of good quality line figures and original photographs to produce the printed figures.
Line drawings should be original laser printer or plotter output or drawn in black India ink, with careful lettering, large enough to remain legible after reduction for printing.
Photographs should be originals, with somewhat more contrast than is required in the printed version. They should be unmounted. The top side of a photograph should be marked if necessary.
ur figures can
be printed in colo ur when they are judged by the Editor
to be essential to the presentation. The publisher and the author will each
bear part of the extra costs involved. Further information concerning colo ur
illustrations and the cost to the author is available from the publisher.
We can accept most word-processing formats (ideally Microsoft Word or WordPerfect). Please see the relevant Guide for Authors to check the style of the individual journal to which the manuscript is to be submitted, particularly the reference style. This means that fewer changes have to be made, which reduces the possibility of errors being introduced.
Most formatting codes are removed or replaced when we process your article so there is no need for you to use excessive layout styling.
Please do not use options such as automatic word breaking, justified layout, double columns or automatic paragraph numbering (especially for numbered references).
Do use bold face, italic, subscripts, superscripts, etc., as appropriate.
When preparing tables, if you are using a table grid, please use only one grid for each separate table and not a grid for each row. If no grid is being used, use tabs to align columns instead of spaces.
When you create your manuscript, please make sure it is in the following order:
Note: Do not import the Figures into the text file.
Elsevier recommend that ..., EPS ...
formats are used for electonic artwork.
MS Office files (Word,
Powerpoint, Excel) are ....
Note: Virtually all common artwork creation software is capable of saving files in EPS format, this 'option' can normally be found under 'the 'Save As...' or 'Export...' commands in the 'File' menu.
For vector graphics EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) files are the preferred format as long as they are provided in accordance with some common rules:
- when they contain bitmap images, the bitmaps are of a good resolution
- when colo
ur is involved,
it should be encoded as RGB*
- they should always include an 8-bit preview/header at a resolution of 72dpi
- always include/embed fonts and only use the following in your artwork: Arial, Courier, Helvetica, Times, Symbol (see below)
- limit vertical space between parts of an illustration to what is necessary for visual clarity
- no data should be present outside the actual illustration area
- line weights should range from 0.35 pt to 1.5 pt
To enable Elsevier Science to easily identify author source files in terms of figure number and format please ensure this information is present in the filename. Some examples are given below:
fig1.tif - figure 1 in TIFF format
scheme10.eps - scheme10 in EPS format
Always ensure that the file extension is present to ensure quick and easy format identification.
To ensure that the final, published version (in print and online) matches your electronic file as closely as possible make sure that you only use the following fonts in the creation of your artwork:
If possible, ensure that you use only truetype fonts.
(From the symposium organizer: in Windows, True Type fonts are Arial, Courier New, Symbol, Times New Roman)
When your artwork contains non-Elsevier Science standard fonts, Elsevier Science will substitute these fonts to an Elsevier Science standard font, which may lead to problems such as missing symbols and overlapping type.
The aim of Elsevier Science is to have a uniform look for all artwork contained in one article. It is important to be aware of the journal style as some of our publications have special instructions beyond the common guidelines given here.
- As a general rule the lettering on the artwork should have a finished, printed size of 7 pt for normal text and not smaller than 6 pt for subscript and superscript characters. Smaller lettering will yield hardly legible text. This is a rule-of-thumb rather than a strict rule. There are instances where other factors in the artwork. For example, tints and shadings dictate a finished size of perhaps 10 pt.
- When deciding on the size of a line art graphic, in addition to the lettering there are several other factors to assess. These all have a bearing on the reproducibility/readability of the final artwork. Tints and shadings have to be printable at finished size. All relevant detail in the illustration, the graph symbols (squares, triangles, circles, etc.) and a key to the diagram (to explain the explanation of the graph symbols used) must be discernible.
- Sizing halftones (photographs, micrographs, etc.) can normally give more problems than line art. It is at times difficult to know what an author is trying to emphasise on a photograph, so you can help us by identifying the important parts of the image for us, perhaps by highlighting areas on a photocopy. The best advice that we give to our graphics suppliers therefore is to not over-reduce halftones. They should pay attention to magnification factors or scale bars on the artwork and compare them with the details inside. If the set of artwork contains more than one halftone, again make sure that there is consistency in size between similar diagrams.
- Halftone/line art combinations are difficult to size, as factors for one may be detrimental for the other part. In these cases the author can help out by suggesting an appropriate final size for the combination.